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Manuel Gutierrez Novelo, CEO of ImmersiON-VRelia, will participate in the VR in the Out-of-Home Entertainment Sector roundtable in the third day of Digital Hollywood Spring event in Los Angeles, CA.
Next you can find more info about the session and the event.
Wednesday, April 29th, 2015
Virtual – Augmented Reality Workshop
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM, Salon I
VR in the Out-of-Home Entertainment Sector
Manuel Gutierrez Novelo, CEO, ImmersiON-VRelia
David A. Smith, CEO and Founder, Wearality Corporation
Kevin Bachus, Senior Vice President of Entertainment and Game Strategy, Xbox co-creator
Kevin Williams, Consultant and writer, KWP, Moderator (former Imagineer)
Nancy Bennett, Chief Content Officer for Two Bit Circus
Andrew Prell, Founder and CEO, Agora Technologies Inc.
This morning, Orange Silicon Valley announced the debut of what will be the United States’ inaugural multi-city hackathon dedicated to gigabit Internet: GigHacks. We’re excited to be working on this program along with a group of six outstanding partners: US Ignite, KC Digital Drive, Mozilla Gigabit Community Fund, theChattanooga Public Library’s GigLab, BTV Ignite, and Charlotte Hearts Gigabit. GigHacks will take place May 1 to 3 and each city will have their own program set up. Here in San Francisco, we’re pairing up participants with companies like Giroptic, MusicianLink, Rhinobird.tv, Immersio,Learn Immersive, ooVoo, ImmersiON-VRelia, Revolve Robotics, and Plantronics.
Voices of VR Podcast – Ethan Schur on ImmersiON-VRelia’s Ruggedized HMD & mobile HMD for iPhone or Android
Ethan Schur is the Chief Marketing Officer for ImmersiON-VRelia, and they produce three different virtual reality HMDs. “The GO” is a mobile mobile HMD for either iPhone or Android phones, the PRO G1has higher resolution and some AR features, and the Blue Sky Pro version has some extra ruggedized features for the military or for use in digital out-of-home entertainment applications.
ImmersiON-VRelia GO HMD wins the best designed HMD VR-Iphone´s poll. The users of the website VR-Iphone.com voted along the last two months and “The GO” got a staggering 49.5% of the votes, so far from the other nine competitors in the list.
We are so grateful to all the participants and the VR-Iphone team.
Source and image: VR-Iphone.com
Neil Schneider interviews Manuel R. Gutierrez Novelo, CEO of ImmersiON-VRelia about their whole line of HMDs at CES 2015. Manuel also talks about standards in the VR space.
The International Consumer Electronics show is a massive, overwhelming experience. With over 3,600 exhibitors spread out across 2.2 million square feet of convention space, it’s impossible to see all the products the show has to offer.
ImmersiON VRelia is making VR more accessible by creating an $89 headset and mobile app ecosystem that turns a large smartphone, like the Samsung Galaxy Note or iPhone 6, into a VR experience.
Las Vegas.- En el 2001, el jalisciense Manuel Gutiérrez Novelo arrancó en México su compañía TDVision, especializada en tecnología de desarrollo de contenidos en 3D y con miras al “head mounted display”, dispositivos con pantallas se colocan en la cabeza para crear experiencias de inmersión y realidad virtual –la utilizan ahora equipos como Oculus Rift o Samsung Gear VR- pero no existían las condiciones de mercado, desarrollo y financiamiento para tener éxito en el país, así que se fue con su idea a Estados Unidos.
Immersion-VRelia also brings something special with their “The GO” VR headset system. While on the surface it hits all the bullet points with affordability, compatibility, and design it does something that I have always wanted from a VR system.
The Go has completely adjustable lenses for each eye because we as human beings don’t come with a one size fits all set of eyes.
I met with Manuel Gutierrez Novelo, founder of ImmersiON-VRelia at CES 2015. If you’ve not heard of ImmersiON-VRelia before, they are a spinoff from TDVISION who previously sold VR devices to the military and worked on the Blu-Ray codec.
ImmersiON-VRelia are releasing two new HMD products, the GO and Blue-Sky PRO.
“Immersion-Vrelia was the first stop today, and they had plenty to see. The ‘Go’ is a smartphone holder that gives individual eye adjustment and can hold the big phones, including the Galaxy Note 4. Oh, and apparently you can drop it on the floor several times without damaging anything, which is a big plus for folks who have a tendency to drop things (like me).” ~Ben Lang, Road To VR Thanks Road to Virtual Reality for including us in your Day 4 Podcast!
Immersion Vrelia GO and PRO VR Headsets http://www.DadDoes.Com Today we have the CEO of Immersion Vrelia tell us about the GO and PRO virtual reality headsets.
The 2015 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA has showcased a lot of smartphone-based head-mounted displays (HMD) such as Samsung’s Gear VR. Another company at the event this year is ImmersiON-VRelia, which is exhibiting the recently-released The GO, another HMD that runs with a wider array of phones than what’s on offer with Samsung’s device.
Samsung’s Gear VR headset is a thing of beauty; unfortunately, it only works with the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. That’s where ImmersiON-VRelia’s Head-Mounted Displays come in to play. With four different HMD models, we got a hands-on look at “The Go,” which is not only affordable (at $125), but also compatible with the majority of Android and iOS devices.
[CES 2015] You can say that head mounted displays are still a relative rarity these days – but momentum in this niche market will pick up for sure. Immersion-VRelia, Inc., a name that ought to be familiar among those who wheel and deal in Virtual Reality (VR) hardware and software circles, has decided to deliver a slew of VR offerings at CES this year which they hope will change the way we work, play, and interact. One of the headliners would be “The GO”, and The GO’s biggest advantage, or selling point, would be its ability to be a universal, smartphone powered Head Mounted Display (HMD).
ImmersiON-VRelia has just unleashed the GO, a smartphone power head mounted display at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show. The GO transoms most iOS and android smartphone into a Virtual Reality head mounted display. They are in the same market as Oculus Rift and DODOcase. Their headlining product for the show is The GO, it is unique in that there is adjustable focus for each eye and eye-separation control are built-in. It is a versatile model, in that it just works with hundreds of smartphones right from the get go. They are also making The GO available as a bundle with the Gamepad-F2 special edition from Viably, the smart gamepad is optimized for The GO and will let you navigate The AlterSpace without physically touching the smartphone.
New Head Mounted Displays and VR Marketplace revolutionize the industry
LAS VEGAS, Nev., Jan. 6, 2015 (SEND2PRESS NEWSIRE) — Immersion-VRelia, Inc., a top innovator in Virtual Reality hardware and software platforms, launched at this year’s International Consumer Electronics Show a wide spectrum of VR offerings that will fundamentally change the way we work, play, and interact.
Para acabar con nuestro análisis de algunas de las marcas de realidad virtual más pioneras, vamos a realizar el último análisis pero esta vez no nos vamos a ir lejos, más bien cerca, hasta tierras murcianas. Porque si bien hasta ahora todo lo que hemos visto han sido productos norteamericanos y japoneses, España también va a jugar y ha apostado fuerte por esta tecnología.
El pasado 7 de noviembre fue el día más importante de la historia para Immersion-VRelia, un empresa murciana formada por ocho trabajadores que ha desarrollado un modelo de gafas virtuales que dará mucho que hablar. Ese día fue especial porque TigerDirect, distribuidor exclusivo en Estados Unidos del GO, decidía poner a la venta su invento de Realidad Virtual.
“The ITA is a unique forum for diverse companies to identify collaborative opportunities to accelerate the mainstream adoption of virtual and augmented reality. Consumer-ready VR and AR will require many interoperating standards, and Khronos looks forward to working with the ITA to help make that vision a reality.” – Neil Trevett, President, Khronos Group (makers of OpenGL).